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Samsung Gets Ready To Launch Their Galaxy S Android Powered Camera
Samsung Gets Ready To Launch Their Galaxy S Android Powered Camera

Samsung might have lost the legal battle to Apple, but that has not affected companies plan at all. While Apple is seeking ban on Samsung’s Galaxy S II smartphone, the Korean electronic major has plans to launch a new member of their Galaxy line. The new member of the Galaxy series will be a digital camera. It might sound a bit strange, but its true and Samsung will be launching their new Android-powered Smart camera at IFA event in Berlin. The alleged camera is said to have a 16-mp sensor, and will run Google’s Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system. Among the other specifications for the camera there is a 4.8-in screen, which we have seen in Samsung’s recently launched Galaxy model, the Samsung Galaxy S III. The camera has also been given integrated cellular connection, which allows the users to upload pictures on social networking websites such as Instagram and Facebook. However, it will not be voice capable. Samsung is not the only electronic major to bring in a smart camera. We recently heard Nikon announcing their Android-powered camera: the Nikon Coolpix S800c. Nikon’s camera runs a much older Android 2.3 Operating System and has a complete access to Google’s Play marketplace, so you can any app, which is compatible with the Operating System. Nikon’s smart camera will enter the market in September. Among the other manufacturer that has announced Android-powered camera, there is Polaroid, which launched their smart camera at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in January; but the official launch date of the camera is yet to be announced.

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